Butchoff Antiques is a family business first established in 1964. They specialise in 18th and 19th century English and Continental furniture, mirrors and related objects.
Their premises are located on Kensington Church Street, famous for its antique shops.
Butchoff Antiques extensive showrooms on three floors amount to over 3,000 square feet of fine antiques.
Butchoff Antiques stock
They particularly specialise in pieces from the great 19th-century exhibitions of art and industry.
This includes well-known cabinet makers of the period, such as Holland & Sons, Wright & Mansfield, Jackson & Graham and Gillow of London & Lancaster.
Butchoff Antiques have sold to dealers, decorators, private clients and museums worldwide.
A family business
The business is run by Ian Butchoff, who learnt his trade initially from his father, David, a silver dealer.
He traded from a number of premises before moving to their current premises at Kensington Church Street.
Today, Ian is acknowledged as one of this country’s leading specialists in exhibition quality 19th century furniture.
Ian regularly serves on the furniture vetting committee at the Olympia, BADA and LAPADA Fairs.
Ian’s nephews Adam and James Kaye joined their uncle in the family business in 1995 and 2003 respectively.
Adam serves on the furniture vetting committee at The Harrogate Antique Fair.
Butchoff Antiques offers a bespoke service to help clients build a collection.
The company also provides advice on restoration, shipping, hanging and installation requirements.
For further information visit Butchoff Antiques website
154 Kensington Church Street